Cheerful gramophone records
Conducted by F. Mortimer. (Gramophone records)
five years ago
Popular records of September 1937
from a selection of records
Directed by David McCallum , with Frank Titterton
at the organ of the Regal, Betkenham
Early-morning diversion by Ward Phillips with Betty Cooper ,
Marjorie Ralph , Patrick Williams , and Tom ffiks^enrT'Maf^
Hopkins. Presented by Mai Jones
Band 'A' of the R.A.F. Technical Training Command: conductor, Mr. W.G. Newman
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
Lunch-time entertainment for factory-workers, from a factory somewhere in Britain
Conductor, Mr. J. Alfred Hole
Billy Ternent and the Dance Orchestra
Conductor, Guy Warrack
Recording of last night's broadcast
A famous Scottish piper visits Northern Ireland, and meets some Irish pipers. They exchange reminiscences, and play their national tunes
with his Orchestra, and artists
Thursday edition of the BBC's special twice weekly radio magazine for the men and girls in Ack-Ack and Beer-Beer units. Entertainment, news features, and items of special interest to the personnel in the two Commands, music by the Band of the Royal Artillery, Woolwich, under the direction of Band Sergeant-Major R. Lewis (by permission of the Officers, R.A.) Programme presented by Alfred Dunning. Editor, Bill MacLurg
' Fuel Flash' for housewives, and National and Regional announcements
presents : ' A Matter of Outlook '.
Commander A. B. Campbell and Edgar Jackson discuss jazz from the public's and the fans' view-points. Produced by Harry S. Pepper
, by Cyril Campion.
First episode in a new scries of specially recorded adventures of two newspaper boys, with Harry Fowler and Leslie Adams as the boys. Devised and produced by Jacques Brown
Each Thursday evening many civilians invite to their homes members of the Forces stationed in their neighbourhood. This is a series planned for the special entertainment of civilians and men of the Arm} and Royal Air Force who are listening together.
This evening: Rawicz and Landauer at two pianos; records of Deanna Durbin; Irish dances and tunes, played by the Irish Rhythms Orchestra, conducted by David Curry, with songs by George Beggs, baritone. Presented by Fraser Mayne
Emlyn Williams discusses with Roy Plomley the eight records he would choose if he were condemned to spend the rest of his life on a desert island with a gramophone for his entertainment
Leslie Mitchell in conversation with people of the day
Programme, with music, presented by Ian Finlay
in It Goes to Show'. Fourth of a new series in which you hear excerpts from ' Doug's Diary' and ' Mr. Pottle's Prattle ', a centenarian episode written by Robert Ruther ford. Orchestra under the direction of Norman Brooks. Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
De Wolfe and his Orchestra.
Meyer de Wolfe is one of the outstanding figures in the musical side of the film world. A sound musical education at the Royal Conservatoire at the Hague fitted him for his long association with the direction of music in film theatres. He was responsible for the introduction of the first Wurlitzer organ to be brought before the public in this country, and was instrumental in introducing many of Britain's leading theatre organists to their audiences.